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Mill Creek Loop Trail

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Length

6.9 Miles 11.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

713' 217 m

Ascent

-640' -195 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

30%

Max Grade (17°)

1,359' 414 m

High

1,066' 325 m

Low

Conditions


Unknown

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This TVA funded trail is purpose-built for maximum biking pleasure.

Randy Conner

Overview

No closures but there is deer hunting in the fall/winter. Check the TWRA website tn.gov/twra/ for dates for hunting season.
Features: -none- [Add/Remove]
Dogs: Leashed

Description [Suggest Changes]

Mill Creek Loop Trail rolls through mature hardwoods and begins/ends on the Loyston Loop. It features lots of rollers, berms, and flow. Expect extended gentle climbs and long descents. Flow is the key word here.

Navigating Mill Creek Loop Trail is simple. This is one continuous trail with no side trails; however, you'll cross an old grass road three times. Head north (uphill) on the grass road for a shorter bail out if needed. This trail features relatively wide tread with gentle rollers and is appropriate for fit beginners as well as seasoned vets.

There are views of Norris Lake on both sides of the peninsula.

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May 31, 2018
Bob Lamberson
Apr 13, 2018
Carol Ewing
Jan 27, 2018
Michael(Sambo) Bussell
Jan 1, 2018
Kelsey Moyers
Mill creek and Loyston Loop 12.6mi
Dec 2, 2017
Carson Barnes
Jul 22, 2017
Wayne Lotoza
A good day
Jul 15, 2017
Jay Williams
Jul 2, 2017
J Hollada

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  4.8 from 20 votes

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Fun trail. Long, manageable uphills results with great long downhills! Flowy berms. Nov 21, 2016
Monica Anderson
Andersonville, TN
Monica Anderson   Andersonville, TN
Awesome intermediate trail of the two out at Loyston Point Recreation Area! Great jumps, climbs and downhill sections with a few technical areas too. Great trail in any season! Feb 9, 2017

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